Valid March 8th, 2002 @ 1:59 pm PST
It took some work, but I think that this page and all the individual entries now validate with the w3c for css and html 4.01 (transitional). w00t!
HTML Reference January 29th, 2002 @ 5:21 pm PST
The HTML 4.0 Entities™ reference page is very handy. You† can® do° all¶ kindsº of£ nifty€ thingsŸ withÖ it¿.
Web Design January 12th, 2002 @ 4:54 pm PST
The webbedENVIRONMENTS site, from the author of DHTML and CSS for the World Wide Web: 2nd ed has been in my link list for years. There are some terrific essays here, including a good frames / no frames argument.
Winter December 12th, 2001 @ 9:20 am PST
I found a script at Dreamhost to make it snow on the page. Let’s see if it works.
XML December 5th, 2001 @ 1:59 pm PST
Way cool: I found an article at 4GuysFromRolla.com that describes how to use Microsoft’s XMLHTTP object to get data from other web pages. You can create a custom Internet Movie Database search machine with this information … very interesting …
Editing November 23rd, 2001 @ 9:47 am PST
If you visit http://www.davidgagne.net/ you’ll see a period – . – before each link to an entry’s comments. That period is a link to the editing window for that particular entry. As long as I am logged in to MovableType, I can click on that link and immediately begin editing the post. Here’s the link […]
Webmasterbase February 19th, 2001 @ 7:23 pm PST
Cleaning out the ol’ Inbox tonight I found an eMail directing me to the WebmasterBase. It’s a part of the SitePoint network, and a great resource for webheads.
DHTML October 12th, 2000 @ 1:42 pm PDT
On modals and pop-ups
Blogger Template August 30th, 2000 @ 12:30 am PDT
<BlogDateHeader> <h5><$BlogDateHeaderDate$></h5></BlogDateHeader> <blockquote class=”blog”> <small> <a name=”<$BlogItemNumber$>”></a> </small> <br> <$BlogItemBody$><br> <small> <a title=”<$BlogItemDateTime$>” href=”<$BlogItemArchiveFileName$>#<$BlogItemNumber$>”>sproink!</a> <a href=”mailto:dvg[at]davidgagne[dot]net?subject=post #<$BlogItemNumber$>” title=”tell me about it”>speak!</a> </small> </blockquote>